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MPhil Courses

Centre for Film and Screen

 

MPhil in Film and Screen Studies

Media centre lecture

The MPhil in Film and Screen Studies is an interdisciplinary degree that offers a firm grounding in the theoretical discourses that shape the academic study of the moving image, but in an expansive context that privileges freedom and originality of inquiry. In the Michaelmas (autumn) term students follow a two-part core course that offers a series of rigorous and innovative encounters with major theoretical and methodological debates. In the Lent (spring) term students take two optional modules. Across these terms students participate in research seminars offered by visiting scholars. In the Easter (summer) term students work closely with supervisors to produce their theses. During this term students also enjoy the opportunity to present their research in progress in a professional context. 

Graduates of the MPhil frequently proceed to doctoral study, but also go on to work in the film and media industries, and numerous other fields.

For further information on applying, please click here

To make your online application, visit graduate.study.cam.ac.uk

Information about funding can be found here.

Screenings and Events

World Picture Conference: Property

13 December 2016

The World Picture Conference for 2016 will be on the theme of property, and will run from 13th-14th December 2016 at Corpus Christi College.

Images of Care and Dying

26 October 2016

Clinical practice at the end of life raises many issues which are hard to find ways to feel, think and talk about. Issues of care and dying are explored in series of seminars culminating in a conference at Corpus Christi College and Alison Richard Building (CRASSH).

Picturing Austrian Cinema

27 September 2016

Vienna based director Ulrich Seidl is to attend Picturing Austrian Cinema, a Cambridge Research Symposium to be held at St John's College, Cambridge 25-27 September 2016.